The electoral equation in Edmonton’s southwest Ward 9 is simple: an exploding population plus poor road infrastructure equals voters keen for a champion to build new or expanded arterials.
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As Labatt Breweries of Canada marks 170 years of selling beer, the company is looking to the future by investing more than $1 billion between 2011 and 2020.
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The 2017 civic election will answer an essential question about Edmonton’s political landscape: Will voters give mayoral incumbent Don Iveson a steamroller or a “Proceed With Caution” sign?
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The city is crawling with an influx of bedbug infestations, says one Edmonton-based exterminator who is “knee-deep” in the creepy crawlies.
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Delays with major infrastructure projects like the Metro Line LRT and the Walterdale Bridge presented the biggest challenge for Don Iveson in his first term as mayor of Edmonton.
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Be warned. An Edmonton driver’s chances of getting away with illegal parking are set to drop dramatically when city officials roll out their new robo-parking patrol.
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Edmonton’s new Walterdale Bridge will finally open to traffic Monday — two years later than initially projected.
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The city’s announcement that Northlands Coliseum will close its doors in 2017 is bittersweet for surrounding communities.
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It wasn’t part of their original renovation plans, but Rob and Glenda Hodge have joined a growing number of Edmontonians who have installed a putting green in their backyard.
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The City of Edmonton will get $5 million in exchange for dropping the right to buy space in the Edmonton Tower if it’s ever sold.
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